Living Landscape Officer

Does the perilous state of British wildlife conservation compel you to take action and strive to make a real difference to the management of our countryside? If so, and you feel you have the skills and experience to embrace the challenges of this role, then we would like to hear from you.

This new, exciting position on will add capacity to an expanding team and enable the Trust’s work to grow into new areas of Cheshire, vastly increasing our impact for wildlife. Working as part of a multi-disciplined team, you will take the reins on delivering a proportion of our project-based work, alongside the day to day management of allocated nature reserves.

Through a combination of working on our own estate, and using a range of project funding in the wider landscape, you will have the opportunity to deliver habitat creation work throughout East Cheshire, at a scale not previously seen. This is a chance to take up a position that will deliver a tangible contribution to reversing the fortunes of this counties wildlife and wild places.

How to Apply

The job description and application for can be downloaded from

To apply, please email your completed application form to Emma Raine no later than Wednesday 25th November 2020.  CVs will not be accepted. For an informal chat about the role, please contact Joe Pimblett on 01948 820 728

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Key Information


£23,000-£27,300 pa (depending on experience)


Cheshire Wildlife Trust




Full Time


Graduate, Mid Level, Postgraduate, Senior


Conservation, Countryside & Land Management, Environment, Nature & Wildlife


Wildboarclough, United Kingdom

Application Deadline:

24th November 2020 at 11:45pm

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